Perez Hilton Issues Jennifer Lawrence Apology Rant
Celeb blogger responds to J-Law's ticking-off for using her stolen nude pictures...
The celeb blogger posted a five-and-a-half-minute video on YouTube in which he alternates between talking and shouting at his webcam as he addresses the issue.
J-Law had commented on his previous apology, saying that he "took it down because people got p**sed, and that's the only reason why".
She added: "And then I had to watch his apology. And what he basically said was, 'I just didn't think about it'. 'I just didn't think about it' is not an excuse. That is the exact issue itself."
And this clearly got Hilton's back up, because he announced: "I was tempted to apologise again, but no... f**k that! Life isn't always what you want or the idealised version of things."
He added: "It wasn't some bulls**t made-up excuse. Just because it wasn't what you wanted to hear, doesn't mean it was inadequate or insufficient."
Veering into self-analysis at several points during his video rant, he said: "Just because I f**ked up in the past and I f**ked up more than once... doesn't mean I'm a f**k up."
And he elaborated: "I did not intend to hurt Jennifer Lawrence, it was carelessness, it truly was. In the past, I purposely set out to offend, hurt and just get a rise out of celebrities and readers. And that's the big difference and the shift I have made in the last few years.
"I'm not trying to be Oprah. I am just a better version of me than I was 10 years ago. Do I still have work to do? Can I still be even better? F**k yeah, but I am not that person in the past. And if you're trying to keep me in the prism that is the past, then f**k you! So actually this video is for Jennifer Lawrence, to say f**k you!"
However he then appeared to reconsider his somewhat harsh approach and made efforts to soften it a little.
"I'm going to apologise to Jennifer Lawrence, again," he went on. "I'm probably venting my frustration and disappointment at you and it is misguided.
"You were extremely hurt, I contributed to that, I genuinely am sorry, I hope you can look inside my brain and can see that I truly, truly did not premeditated and purposely try to hurt you."
The ball's in your court J-Law!